Page 1:So You Think You Want To Overclock
Page 2:Low-Cost Intel: Celeron D For LGA775
Page 3:Mid-Priced Intel: Core 2 Duo LGA775
Page 4:Low-Cost AMD: DFI INFINITY NF ULTRAII-M2
Page 5:Mid-Priced AMD: EPoX MF570 SLI
Page 6:Overclockable RAM
Page 7:NVidia Chipset Settings For AMD Processors
Page 8:What About Graphics Cards?
What About Graphics Cards?
Graphics is another area where it's simply too difficult to generalize. As with RAM, most graphics cards can be overclocked by at least a small amount. There are several utilities available from chipmakers - such as those shown in part one of this series - card manufacturers, and even private sources to assist in this endeavor.
To figure out which cards will provide the best gains from overclocking you'll have to ask dozens of experts - and you can find them in our Forumz!
Conclusion? We're Just Getting Started!
With general concepts and basic details exposed, it's time to get really friendly with a platform. In part three of this series we'll walk through a specific overclocking attempt, and with any luck we might find some challenging hardware to further clarify the process.
Overclocking Guide Part 1: Risks, Choices and Benefits
Shootout at the Core 2 Corral: Seven P965 Motherboards Compared
Cheap Thrills: Core 2 Duo E6400 Overclocked to 3.33 GHz
BIOS for Beginners